technical analysis

Tesla gets lots of media attention, but it is sporting a neutral trend and sellers are becoming more aggressive.
High historical valuation keeps our intermediate-term view at 'neutral.'
It's toying with price highs but giving off mixed signals.
The technical signals are bearish and are close to an outright sell, so avoid the hamburger giant.
Reviews are still not appealing -- we would avoid the long side of DIN.
The stock price is poised to move higher.
A close above $48 could signal a rally to the mid $50s, but a close below $45 would show Citi is not yet ready to run.
As the stock price slumped in July, investors voted with their feet.
The stock turned from sluggish to bullish in a very short time.
A bullish trade in CMG is not appealing right now.

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